Dessert March Madness

Around this time each year, students run and are voted by the student body to be on the Residence Council for the following year. At Quest, we have floor reps, similar to RA’s at a standard university, yet we operate … Continued

Global Café: International Women’s Day

Mondial – the month of international diversity – officially began earlier last week, and I am very excited to be writing several blog posts about events that will be taking place during this month. The first of the series is – … Continued

Getting sick at Quest

Guess what?  In the middle of writing this post I got really sick,  so now I believe I am freshly equipped with the knowledge to tell you about being ill in college. Getting sick is not the first thing that … Continued

Mondial: Month of International Diversity

Mondial – Month of International Diversity – has officially begun at Quest University Canada, and we are excited to elaborate on its progression in different blog posts for the next three weeks. More than three months ago, many of us international students gathered in … Continued

An Example of a Qualitative Social Experiment

Last block, I took a course called, Qualitative Research Methods, where we learned how to use scientific methods to better understand the human world. During this course, we used a variety of qualitative methods, including ethnography, interviews, and participant observation. … Continued

Beating Campus Hill Fever (Crossfit Squamish)

Quest has the policy that (almost) all students must live on campus for all four years of your undergraduate. A question that is often posed by visiting students and parents is “How do you like living in such a small community? Does it ever … Continued

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? AN INTERVIEW WITH QUEST ALUMNI KYLE KIRKEGAARD

In this blog series, “Where are they now?”, alumni can reflect on their academic, social and physical journey through Quest’s undergraduate education. We have been asking some Quest alumna to write a few words about Quest, their experience, and where … Continued

Why You Should go on Exchange to Quest University Canada

Quest students have several opportunities to work off campus and to travel and study abroad from completing  language requirements, doing one to four blocks of experiential learning, and also going on exchange for up to one academic year. Students who are in … Continued

International Chef: Exploring the Kosovar Cuisine

Quest University Canada’s goal is to celebrate and integrate the broad spectrum of students’ cultural backgrounds into the daily life on campus. There are numerous language forums, shared festivals, and international discussions, and each student has the opportunity to lead … Continued

Highlights of my Education

Now that I have finished my last required course for Quest (besides the final one, which is called Keystone and involves line-editing the final document of our final project similar to an Honors thesis, preparing our final presentation, and reflecting on … Continued

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